David Burke, piano
David Burke has worked as a second-level teacher for a number of years in Dublin and in Meath. He is a graduate of the National University of Ireland at Maynooth, where he studied Music and English literature. In 2000 he was awarded a Masters Degree in Music from NUIM where his areas of specialisation included performance practice and musicology. David performs regularly as an accompanist on piano and organ. His current interests include music for the liturgy, the pipe organ and contemporary music.
Ephrem Feeley, piano & baritone
Ephrem Feeley lives in Co. Meath, and teaches Music and Religion at St Joseph's Secondary School, Navan, and also piano and theory of music. He graduated from Mater Dei Institute in 1996 with Distinction in Music. He studied composition under Donal Hurley and organ in the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama under Una Russell. In addition to being widely published as a composer of liturgical music in Ireland, the UK and the USA, Ephrem also writes piano, organ and chamber music and has written several songs and song cycles for solo voice or choir.
Giovanna Feeley, soprano
Giovanna Feeley began singing studies with Jody Beggan at the DIT Conservatory of Music, continuing under Irene Sandford at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. She has performed with a wide variety of choral groups including Our Lady's Choral Society and Maynooth Chamber Choir and was a founding member of the vocal quartet Ruah. Recent solo engagements include Fauré's Requiem, Handel's Dixit Dominus and Vivaldi's Gloria. Primarily a church musician, she works extensively as a liturgical musician and cantor and directs Ashbourne Church Choir and Schola Hyberniae, a female ensemble specialising in chant and early polyphony. Giovanna is currently completing a Ph.D. in Theology, in the area of liturgical music.